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can someone please explain to me on how to create an admin-level LDAP user on a domain controller. (we are running server 2008)
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by:Lee W, MVP
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Not sure what you're asking... Active Directory is a form of LDAP.  Are you saying you want to create an administrator in Active Directory?  If so, create the user account and add them to the Domain Admins group.  To create an Enterprise-Wide administrator (for when you have multiple domains in a forest) add them to the Enterprise Admins group.  The server itself doesn't use a local accounts database like non-DCs would.
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You can follow this detailed step by step guide..
http://download.swsoft.com/virtuozzo/virtuozzo4.0/docs/en/win/VzWindowsClustering/21394.htm

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all figured out... the description (wording) for my tasks was unclear.
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wrong description given to me of the project at hand....
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